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A non-Thanksgiving Post

Spending time with people you love, participating in traditions, eating tons of food. Pretty perfect, right? I, like many of you, love Thanksgiving. My husband and I are lucky enough to have two Thanksgivings each year. The first is celebrated on Thursday with his side of the family and our second feast is with my crew on Sunday. And, while there are so many gorgeous decorating ideas and presumptuously sumptuous recipes out there to try, I am just not feeling it this year. Don’t get me wrong, I’m so thankful for the chance to spend time with those I care about. But to be honest, the holidays are stressing me out. So, you may see posts in the near future about a fantastic cheese board I’m putting together or my continual journey to make the perfect pecan pie. But today, the day before thanksgiving, I’m simply sharing some photographs I’ve taken of street art. Because, a little distraction can be pretty nice during the holidays, and is certainly something for which I’m very thankful.

Alleyway in Istanbul

{independent alley gallery, Istanbul}

Girl in Marseille

{balancing act, Marseille}

Street Chic in Marseile

{street chic, Marseille}

Dali in Barcelona

{Dali + Iguana, Barcelona}

 

Glass mosaic in Istanbul

{mosaic wall, Istanbul}

Imbibe in Barri Gotic

{an alien imbibes, Barcelona}

Donkey in Barcelona

{Kabraloka’s signage, Barcelona}

Collaborative Graffiti Wall

{collaborative graffiti wall, Barcelona}

Barcelona Rooster

{neon rooster, Barcelona}

Don't Panic in Marseille

{my holiday mantra, Marseille}

And if all else fails, there’s always chocolate.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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